What's On in Willoughby

When What Where Contact
Sunday 26 January

YABUN 2020

Yabun Festival is an annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures held on the 26th of January in Sydney at Victoria Park. Gadigal Information Service proudly presents a major celebration of the survival of Aboriginal cultures and identity at the Yabun Festival, held at Victoria Park in Camperdown each year on the 26th of January ('Survival Day'). Yabun is Sydney’s premiere one-day festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, presenting a diverse and vibrant lineup of Indigenous music, dance, oration, sport and much more. Yabun is a family friendly, alcohol-free event that increasingly draws interest from people from all nations around the world, and also features a wide range of food and arts stalls. Tune into Koori Radio 93.7FM in Sydney for the live broadcast on the day, or the National Indigenous Radio Service for those listeners outside the Sydney region.
Victoria Park, Parramatta Rd, Broadway Sydney, Australia Victoria Park is located at the intersection of City and Parramatta Roads Camperdown, adjoining Sydney University.
Call (02) 9384 4000
Tuesday 25 February

AHO Presents to Artarmon Public School

The AHO will be talking to Artarmon Public School students about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture
Artarmon Public School Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 18 March

AHO Walks with Willoughby Council

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk on Aboriginal Heritage and Culture for Willoughby Council. Join Karen Smith from the local regional Aboriginal Heritage Office and walk the Garadi Track that follows the Lane Cove River. Learn how the Local Cammeraigal People made use of the river and surrounding bushland. Bring water, a hat and please note this walk has some steep steps. Meet opposite 14 Avian Crescent Lane Cove West. 10am – 11.30am Bookings Essential - numbers are capped
Mowbray Park, Lane Cove North Please contact Emma Hayes: Emma.Hayes@Willoughby.nsw.gov.au
Thursday 19 March

AHO Visits Glenaeon Middle Cove

AHO visits Glenaeon and takes them on a guided walk in the Harold Reid Reserve to learn about Aboriginal Heritage & Culture
Harold Reid Reserve Not Open to the Public
Thursday 11 June

AHO Conducts Aboriginal Cultural Bushwalk

The AHO will be conducting a guided walk for Willoughby Council at Harold Reid Reserve, Middle Cove Bookings Essential
Harold Reid Reserve Contact Emma Hayes Willoughby Council